Iran says official who played down virus fears is infected
The head of an Iranian government task force on the coronavirus who had urged the public not to overreact about its spread has tested positive for the illness himself, authorities said Tuesday, as new cases emanating from the country rapidly emerged across the Middle East.
Collection Highlights Life of U. of Arkansas' First African-American Professor
A new, special collection documents the work of Dr. Gordon Morgan, the first African-American professor hired by the University of Arkansas.
Hackers prey on coronavirus fears to infect your computer
The spread of the novel coronavirus out of China has shocked the world and led to a rise in travel restrictions, quarantines and paranoia.
Americans who left cruise trade one quarantine for another
Americans Cheryl and Paul Molesky decided to trade one coronavirus quarantine for another.
Texas asks Supreme Court to repeal a California travel ban
The Texas attorney general asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a California law prohibiting state employees from using taxpayer-funded business trips to expos or conferences in Texas.